Waste Removal Tips & Advice

Renting construction dumpsters for home renovation projects
Rent a construction dumpster to speed up the debris removal process following any home remodeling or renovation project. It's a cost-effective solution that saves time on disposal. This guide will show you everything you need to know about renting a construction dumpster.
Dumpster rental for roofing shingles
Renting a dumpster definitely comes in handy with any shingle reroofing job, but which dumpster size is right for your particular project? This guide will help show you how to estimate the weight and capacity of scrap roofing shingles so you can pick the right dumpster for the job.
Diagram of a pneumatic trash collection system
New York City may someday utilize a pneumatic garbage collection system to streamline trash removal throughout the city. The technology is already used in more than 30 countries and on Roosevelt Island. NYC's installation would be the biggest in the world.
Costs of dumpster rental vs junk removal service
Is it more economical to rent a dumpster or hire a junk removal service to clean up the debris for you? Learn about dumpster rental costs and junk removal prices, and compare which is more cost-effective in various situations.
uses for a 40 yard dumpster size
This guide will help you determine whether a 40 yard roll-off dumpster is the right size container for the job or if a more economical option is the better way to go. Learn about sizes, capacities, pricing, and rules/regulations that go along with renting a 40 yard dumpster.
Landfill
Researchers estimate the worldwide waste output in 2100 to be three times that of today. If things don't change this century, we could all be literally living in a pool of trash decades from now.
what fits in a 30 yard dumpster?
Need to know if a 30 cubic yard dumpster is the right size for the job? This dumpster size reference guide focuses on 30 yard containers and will help you determine when it's the ideal container size for your project.
Cardboard wine bottle - Paper Boy
A cardboard wine bottle is now a reality thanks to Paper Boy. It's made from 100% recycled cardboard and is up to 85% lighter than traditional glass wine bottles. It's an eco-friendly spin on a classic design.
20 yard dumpster comparison
20 yard dumpsters are a medium-sized bin and the most commonly rented container size across the country. 20 yard dumpster rental prices average $400 per week, and Hometown can help you find the best rates in your hometown.
Food scraps sign for composting in Vermont
Vermont is the first state in the nation to enact a law that makes composting mandatory for everyone. It’s all part of Act 148, Vermont’s Universal Recycling Law, which was put into effect in 2012. The plan will roll out in phases and be fully implemented by 2020.
uses for a 10 yard dumpster
10 yard dumpsters are economical and feature a small footprint, making them the ideal choice for small home cleanout projects, roof tear-offs, and light demolition projects. This guide will explain when a 10 yard container is right for the job and when it's not.
Ways to go green - quote from Jane Goodall
Looking for a way to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle? You've come to the right place. We've compiled a huge list of ways to go green and tips to go along. Start living a more sustainable lifestyle today!
St Bernards save lives in winter, Dumpsters save lives in Spring
Okay, so it's Spring once again and we all know that Spring is often associated with not only weather changes, but decluttering and organizing your home or work place. A few things that are most important when it comes to Spring Cleaning is saving time, energy, and cost. We have compiled 7 ways that renting a dumpster can really shape up your Spring projects and bring new life into your home or business. 
Cleaning up Mt Everest from Waste and Garbage
Mt. Everest stands 29,035 feet above sea level and is known for being the highest mountain on earth. From afar the mountain is jawdroppingly beautiful. Upclose and personal it is riddled with empty oxygen tanks, food containers, and all kinds of garbage.  
Professor lives in a dumpster for a year
Professor Dumpster is out to make a point about sustainable living. Can you live a pretty good life living in 1% the size of the average new american home? With 1% of the water, 1% of the energy, and 1% of the waste?